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Mr. Ship It brings holiday cheer to those in need

BILNEY LANE HOME was one of several organizations to receive assistance from Mr. Ship It, just in time for the Christmas holiday.

During the Christmas season, Mr. Ship It showed love and brought joy and cheer to those truly in need. This Christmas was no different for the management and staff at Mr. Ship It. The business partnered with five local charitable organizations to share Christmas joy throughout The Bahamas. Mr. Ship It chose two organizations in…
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Miss and Little Miss Mary, Star among activities for Catholic Week 130th Anniversary Celebrations

CELEBRATING CATHOLIC WEEK – Administrators pictured left to right – Aquinas College Alumni, Antoinette Carroll; Religion Teacher, Joanne Edgecombe-Cooper; Principal of Mary, Star of the Sea Catholic Academy, Joye Ritchie-Green and Math Teacher,  Keldra Pinder – prepare for Catholic Week, beginning January 27. (PHOTO: JUELANDA THOMPSON)

Mary, Star of the Sea Catholic Academy is celebrating 130 years in education with a list of activities throughout the month of January to February. On Tuesday, January 15, the administrative board held a press conference at the school to share details of the upcoming events. Principal, Joye Ritchie- Green said, “We have a whole…
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COGOP District Men’s Ministry donates to The Beacon School

GIVING BACK – GB District Men’s Ministry of the Church of God of Prophecy, made a cheque presentation to The Beacon School demonstrating the church’s mandate of giving to those in need. Pictured from left to right are Bishop Joseph L. Hall, District Secretary in charge of the Men’s Ministry; Principal Titi McKenzie-Moss; Derek Stubbs and Min. Almando Taylor, Men’s Ministry Advisors. (Photo courtesy of the COGOP Men’s Ministry)

Concerned with the progressive growth, development and education of special needs students, Church of God of Prophecy (COGOP) Grand Bahama District Men’s Ministry Secretary Bishop Joseph L. Hall along with Minister Almando Taylor and Bro. Derek Stubbs visited the Beacon School on Tuesday, January 8, and presented a cheque donation in aid of several ongoing…
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Partnering to promote healthy lifestyles

PROMOTING HEALTH AND WELLNESS — The Sir Charles Hayward Library in conjunction with the Grand Bahama Health Services and the Freeport Lions Club are hosting their third annual Health Fair to spread awareness on various national health concerns this coming Saturday. Pictured from left are President of the Freeport LIONS Club, Gwen Symonette-Pinder; Nursing Officers Tamika Thompson and Katie Saunders and SCHL Executive Director, Geneva Rutherford. (PHOTO: TFN)

The entire Grand Bahama community is invited to attend the Third Sir Charles Hayward Library (SCHL) Health Fair on Saturday, January 19 beginning at 10:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. The fair is being held in partnership with the Rand Memorial Hospital (RMH) and Freeport LIONS Club under the theme, ‘Healthy Lifestyles’ and is expected to…
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